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Up next on News 7 at Six... the holiday heat is sending people to the hospital in Southwest Virginia... People with outdoor plans are advised to be careful.
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And if you're concerned about the drought, we'll show you how to track local rainfall data online.

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In sports, Sampras and Davenport win titles at Wimbledon, Denise Allen has a report on an umpire who's been calling balls and strikes for many years.
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And American Legion Post 3 Celebrated its 60-th anniversary today at Kiwanis Field in Salem.
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A muggy, uncomfortable night to watch the fireworks-- and a heat advisory coming up tomorrow. The steamy details are ahead. [open]
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The Temperature today reached into the mid 90's...and if you were outside it was hot and sticky. That's hardly unusual for Virginia in mid-summer, but doctors tell us some people are being treated for heat stroke. So it makes sense to be careful when you head out.
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Joy Sutton is outside at Victory Stadium in Roanoke...where it's still hot ... and people are coming out to Music for Americans.
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Eric, well this time of day the worst of the heat is over...
But on a day like today you need to be mindful take precautions.
I know we've heard them time and time again...drink plenty of fluid, stay indoor during the peak hours of the day, and wear sun screen
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As we went around the Roanoke we found several people outside during the times when the sun was the hottest---playin

g basketball, riding bikes or just taking a walk.
And although these activities can seem harmless...in this type of heat they can be dangerous especially if you're doing something strenuous.
Roanoke Memorial says this week alone several people have gone to the emergency room for heat related illness.
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((DORIS DUFF/ROANOKE MEMORIAL: WE'VE HAD PEOPLE COMING IN WITH NAUSEA, VOMITING, STOMACH CRAMPING. USUALLY WHEN THEY HAVE A HEAT STROKE THEY DON'T SWEAT, BUT DIZZY AND WEAKNESS))
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Remember heat stroke is life threatening.. Roanoke Memorial says to be smart...and they can't stress enough drink plenty of fluids...and stay inside when the sun is at it 's hottest.
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State police are investigating a deadly accident in Pulaski County this afternoon.
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It happened on state route 100, a little south of Interstate 81 in western Pulaski County. State police are not yet releasing any information.
We expect to have more details on News 7 at 11.
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Many people remember the fourth of July as the day to celebrate America's Independence. But for one man the annual celebration will always be overshadowed by the memory the I-81 accident that left seven people dead.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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A cross, a wreath, a teddy bear and flowers serve as a memorial for the seven people who were killed in an accident July 4th, 1998.
When a car traveling southbound on I-81 near the Arcadia exit in Botetourt county hydroplaned into the median and then into the path of a tractor trailer.
Both vehicles fell over the bridge and landed on route 11.
For Ray Sloan with the Buchanan Volunteer Fire Department it's a day he will never forget...as he and other fire and rescue workers recovered the victims bodies.
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And Sloan says every time the tones sound at the fire station his heart starts to race...
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((RAY SLOAN/BUCHANAN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.: YOU ALWAYS HAVE IT IN THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD. IS THIS GOING TO BE ANOTHER JULY 4TH))
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Sloan says since the day of the accident the words "July 4th" have taken on a new meaning--the are used to describe an accident he hopes will never be repeated.
Joy Sutton, News 7 Botetourt County.





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July 4th means fireworks for many of us, and if you plan to see fireworks tonight, we have a list of places where you can check them out.

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Wondering how much rain has come down on the area?
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Coming up in tonight's webwatch we'll show you how you can track the levels just by logging on.
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If you're wondering where all our rain went this weekend, you can track it down on the web.
Details in tonight's WebWatch.
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As those hit and run thunderstorms blow through the area, you can track the rain-fall totals with the Integrated Flood Observing and Warning System... or IFLOWS...
On the Botetourt County map, pay close attention to rain guage 1103... that's the rain guage at the dwindling Carvin's Cove reservoir.
The main Virginia IFLOWS map will give you access to data in other counties.
Someone apparently DOESNT like the forecast at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It is the lastest government website hit by hackers. The attack temporatily disabled the Agency's Storm Prediction center. The FBI is investigating the series of attacks on government sites.
Keep an eye on your e-mail... a new study suggests more people are using electronic mail to deliver bad news, because it's easier than a face to face confrontation... and researchers found e-mail senders don't sugar coat it... so if "You've Got Mail"... you may have trouble....
Finally we celebrate the Independance Day Holiday with a visit to the document that got it all started. The National Archives and Records Administration has a high resolution image of the original document, along with transcripts, and a history lesson, including a section on how Thomas Jefferson was influenced by the Virginia Declaration of Rights.
Visit these sites by clicking on WebWatch, on the WDBJ website at WDBJ 7-dot-com.))


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The Fourth of July is a day to celebrate our nation's history.
Some of the symbols of that heritage have been creating controversy lately, and brought us several comments from viewers.
Assignment Editor Joe McKean tells us what they had to say, in this week's Feedback.
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A committee last week proposed that an image of Robert E. Lee be placed back on a Richmond flood wall, along with a picture of a black soldier and one of Lincoln.
That news brought a couple of responses.
"Why don't they use the old one until the new one is done? It seems to me that this is a way for the panel to stall by having new murals made...(and) in regard to the comments that Sa'ad El-Amin made about the decision being made to satisfy the vocal majority which was white. Was it any better when the decision was made to satisfy ONE person?"
And a viewer from Rocky Mount who asked that his name not be used said:
"Of course it was wrong what happened back in the 1800's dealing with slavery, but this is 1999 and times have changed. For the last 30 years or so the blacks and whites have had the same teachers, the same books, the same homework and the same opportunity to make something of themselves as we the whites have had...But too many of the black community would rather change their names to something other than what their parents gave them and sit back and yell about things being racist."
And there were some notes about the issue of flag burning.
"Perhaps the commentator never stood on the rolling deck of a ship at midnight, in stormy weather, knowing that the enemy, its subs, its kamikaze planes were on the prowl. I have, and only those with similar experiences can know the consolation and encouragement of Old Glory silhouetted against a darkened sky, beating a tattoo as it flapped in the wind. Let's protect the greatest symbol of our Great Nation, in spite of those who would degrade it".
"Although it is a felony to burn a cross in Virginia and against the federal laws, it is perfectly OK to burn the US Flag. Aren't they both freedom of speech? Taking down Lee's picture, flying the southern flag, the old state song, are all a part of our heritage...Let us all stand up together and protect all of these symbols from abuse".
Letters to News-7 should be send to P.O. Box 7, Roanoke, 24022-0007.
Our fax number is 343-7269.
Our e-mail address: news@wdbj7.com.
And we have a moderated on-line forum on our web page, wdbj7.com.
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Two Americans claimed the championship title at Wimbeldon this year.
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But did you know a Virginian once held the title? Coming up we'll introduce you to the tennis legend in tonight's Newsreel.

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The Americans took center court today at Wimbledon as Pete Sampras defeated Andre Agassi in the men's finals.
On the women's side, American Lindsay Davenport defeated seven-time Wimbledon champ Steffi Graf. In this week's Virginia Newsreel, we look back at a Virginian who won at Wimbledon and made history.


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((The extraordinary life of Arthur Ashe began in Richmond.
As a youngster, he wasn't allowed to play on the city's segregated tennis courts.
So he went to Lynchburg, where the late Dr. R. Walter Johnson helped him with his game. Dr. Johnson opened his home as a tennis camp for promising black athletes.
But when Ashe first came to Lynchburg he did not appear to be championship material.
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((STAMPS/DR. JOHNSON THOUGHT HE WAS TOO THIN AND NOT FOCUSED ENOUGH, BUT IT TOOK HIM ONE DAY TO FIND OUT WHAT HE HAD.))
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Johnson nurtured a champion. Ashe was the first African-American to win the U-S Open. That was in 1968. He tried 12 years to make it to the finals at Wimbledon ... finally arrived in 1975.
He played Jimmy Conners the defending Champion.
Ashe was the underdog going into the match, but showed the world he was top dog defeating Conners with a 6-1, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4 victory. He was the first African American to win at Wimbledon.
Years later in 1992, Ashe made headlines when he told the world he had AIDS. He got the virus from a blood transfusion in 1983.
He died from complications of the virus a year later in New York.
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Thousands of admirers lined up in the capital city to pay their respects to the tennis great. He laid in state at the Governor's Mansion, home of his good friend Governor Doug Wilder.
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((DOUG WILDER/AND I HAD A VERY PERSONAL LOSS IN THAT ARTHUR ASHE WAS A DEAR FRIEND AND A GREAT AMERICAN)) [RUNS07]
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His funeral was held in the building named after him, the Arthur Ashe center. But the story doesn't end there .
The man remembered for being a tennis champion and humanitarian later became the center of controversy.
The debate over where to put a statue of Ashe divided the city. The Richmond planning commission voted to put a 24 foot tall statue of Ashe along Monument Avenue along with 5 statues of confederate soldiers.
The idea didn't sit well with some people.
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After hearing hours of public opinion, City council approved the placement of the statue. On July 10, 1996 the bronze image of Ashe took it's place on Monument Avenue. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))


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And coming up, The Busch Cars were in Milwaukee today highlights from the Men's and Women's singles finals at Wimbledon.
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And Steffi Graf plays for the last time on Center Court at Wimbledon.
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Pete Sampras has now won more Wimbledon titles that any other man in the Open era.
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Sampras and his buddy Andre Agassi squared off in the men's singles finals at Wimbledon.
Sampras completely dominated the match and he would breeze through the first two sets 6-3, 6-4.
Agassi would make a run in the third set and was tied at 5 to 5 before Sampras took over again.
He would win the match with his 17-th ace to win his sixth Wimbledon crown in 7 years and overtake Bjorn Borg for the most titles in the Open era.
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Lindsay Davenport backed up her number one ranking in the world today by winning her first title at Wimbledon.
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Davenport would take on seven time champion Steffi Graf.
The third seed played her usual baseline game and cruised to a straight set, 6-4, 7-5 victory over Graf.
It's the second Grand Slam title for Davenport, who's the 1998 U.S. Open champ. Davenport was playing in her first Wimbledon final and she did not lose a single set during the tournament.
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After losisng the straight set match to Davenport, Graf announced this was her final Wimbledon as a player.
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Graf said she decided before the tournament that this would be her last Wimbledon even if she won.
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A big celebration at Kiwanis field in Salem this afternoon.
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American Legion Post 3 celebrated its 60-th anniversary of Legion baseball and Judge Jack Coulter was on hand to throw out the first pitch.
Coulter, who caught for Post 3 in 1939, was joined by former Major Leaguer Ron Hodges of Rocky Mount and others who played legion ball.
The celebration also included a game between the Roanoke and Salem Legion teams.
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The favorite person on the diamond is rarely an umpire.
But at Westside Park the man behind the plate is the one everyone comes to see.
Denise Allen tells us for more than two decades everyone has loved the wasy Connie Welch makes the call.
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((CONNIE WELCH: COMING DOWN, THROW IT TO SECOND. PLAY BALL!))
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Connie Welch has been starting rec league games this way for 22 years.
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((CONNIE WELCH/PARKS AND REC UMP: I LOVE IT BECAUSE IT'S CLOSE TO MY HEART TO LOVE THESE KIDS AND THE KIDS LOVE ME THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT.))
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The Roanoke Sanitation and Solid Waste worker is no ordinary ump--he doesn't just call balls, strikes and outs.
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((BALL BRING YOUR PITCHES IN. GIVE YOUR PITCHER A TARGET.))
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((I TRY TO TEACH THEM THE FUNDAMENTALS OF THE GAME, OF SLIDING, OF GETTING OUT OF THE WAY WHEN A GUY'S COMING FROM THIRD AND KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL 'CAUSE HE'S THROWING HARD MOST OF THE PITCHERS OUT THERE DO.))
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Shirley Henry has been keeping score for Connie for three years. Each season she asks to work with Connie because his love for the game is contagious.
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((HIS MOVEMENTS. HE JUST GETS EVERYONE INTO THE GAME. IT'S EXCITING . IT'S A LOT OF FUN.))
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But his words aren't just about baseball. He also encourages the children to stay in school and do their best in everything they try.
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((I'M JUST GOING TO KEEP GOING UNTIL THE GOOD LORD SAYS RETIRE. BUT I'M GOING TO KEEP ON DOING IT. WORK WITH THESE KIDS OUT THERE.))
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Denise Allen NEws 7 Sports.))

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